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Fundex Games What's In Ned's Head, Ages 4+, 1 ea

Fundex Games What's In Ned's Head, Ages 4+, 1 ea

BY FUNDEX GAMES #37 in Puzzles

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It s the wacky, silly, icky, sticky game of gross-out fun. Each player is dealt a card with a picture of a really gross item on it and they must find it by sticking their hands into Ned s head and feeling around for it without looking. Will you have to find Ned s lab rat or his used cotton swab full of ear wax? How about the giant ant or the slimy visiting alien? Whatever it is, if you pick the right item, you win that round, if you don t, it s back into Ned s head you go. The game includes: 1 plush, 17 inch Ned s head 15 silly objects Game cards with blanks Instructions For 2 to 4 players. A 2003 Family Fun Best Toy of the Year award winner and winner of an i-Parenting Media Award. Ages 4 and up see more...

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Fundex Games What's In Ned's Head, Ages 4+, 1 ea
Fundex Games What's In Ned's Head, Ages 4+, 1 ea
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Rusty C.
15 reviews
My son got this for is 5th birthday! He loves playing and we even made the game more challenging by adding our own random objects (Legos,toy cars etc.) to the head and filling out a few of the blank cards so we don't get bored! If we run out of cards we can always use plain paper to add more and switch things up!
Heather U.
Colfax, NC
206 reviews
Daughters review: It was fun to play, but got a little boring after a few times. We started to be able to recognize what the items were by their feel and shape. My hand started to hurt after a while from putting it in the holes. But my little brother and I enjoyed the game overall.
Keli E.
15 reviews
Great activity for language exposure in children. Can incorporate many different sensory terms into a child's expressive vocabulary. This is a silly game that can make a serious activity fun.
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